Cleveland Clinic has been designated an ACHD Accredited Comprehensive Care Center by the Adult Congenital Heart Association. Two ACHD experts explain why such accreditation matters more than ever as the subspecialty surges.
A 30-year-old born with heterotaxy presents with cyanosis and a prior stroke. Can a 3D-printed model of his complex anatomy reveal the feasibility of biventricular repair? Check out this short captioned video.
Not all adults with congenital heart disease (CHD) even realize they have it. But all stand to benefit from lifelong follow-up monitoring by a CHD specialist.
Conference to provide expert advice from world leaders on the symptoms, treatments and outcomes of Shone’s complex, a rare and complicated congenital heart abnormality.
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New recommendations endorse the idea that successful pregnancy and vaginal delivery are possible for most women with complex CHD. The key is shared management by a high-risk obstetrician and a cardiologist versed in CHD.
Cleveland Clinic’s offering cardiovascular-oriented live CME for just about every subspecialty interest in the coming year. And not just in Cleveland.
A new national database analysis shows that adult congenital heart disease is placing a large and growing burden on emergency departments. This infographic shares the data essentials at a glance.